Monthly Archives: December 2015

HISTORY SHARE: BIRTHPLACE OF JESUS

Some interesting speculation regarding the stable in Bethlehem. https://roberthorvat30.wordpress.com/2015/12/14/celebrating-christ-where-was-jesus-born/  

HISTORY TIDBIT: CANDY CANES

When children open their stockings on Christmas morning, it’s quite common for a candy cane to be amongst the goodies therein. I was never quite sure why there was always one in mine since I’ve never liked the things, but, tradition will out. Hard candy sticks have been around for centuries, but it was in […]

HISTORIC FIRST: CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS

Pretty though they looked, the lighted candles that used to adorn Christmas trees were quite a fire hazard. Incandescent light bulbs came into being in 1879, and a year later, their inventor, Thomas Edison, celebrated the Christmas season by hanging strings of electric lights outside his laboratory. In 1882, Edison’s close friend, Edward H. Johnson, […]

HISTORY SHARE: CALLING ALL VIKINGS

For those who might be interested, volunteer crew members are required for a re-enactment of a Viking transatlantic voyage. http://wavetrain.net/news-a-views/706-calling-all-vikings-volunteer-crew-needed-for-transatlantic-voyage-on-a-115-foot-longship Applications: http://www.drakenexpeditionamerica.com/application-for-volunteers/  

HISTORY SHARE: CHRISTMAS WITH THE PLANTAGENETS

Having penned a book (The Disappearing Rose) on some members of the Plantagenet family, I pretty much have to let you know how they spent Christmas. https://e-royalty.com/articles/christmas-with-the-plantagenets/

I BELIEVE IN SANTA

By now, most people have heard of that over-priced monitor of pre-Christmas behaviour, the Elf on the Shelf. Though now highly marketable, the concept is by no means new. An elf called Winky has been with our family for a long time. I first became aware of his existence when I found his name printed […]

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

On December 10th, 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the document known as the Universal Declaration of Rights, which set out a list of fundamental rights to which every human being on the planet was entitled. Exactly two years later, the UN proclaimed December 10th Human Rights Day to call attention to […]

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